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[UPlay] FREE GAME Rabbids Coding

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#1

Here is a trailer for it:

Go to the Free Game Section of your UPlay Launcher and add the game to your library or use the link below:

https://register.ubisoft.com/rabbids-coding/en-US


#2

Has Ubisoft realized their netcode sucks and are trying to get kids interested in coding to fix it? Or am I just looking to far into this?


#3

Thanks, @NICK9X9 :heavy_heart_exclamation::heavy_heart_exclamation::heavy_heart_exclamation:


#4

Does it though? I’m pretty sure the player bases of For Honor and Rainbow Six Siege would disagree with that statement (at this point in time, not when they launched).


#5

Looks interesting. Reminds me of another program, Scratch maybe. Thanks @NICK9X9 :heart:


#6

It does look similar, yeah. Looks to be an interesting puzzle game with some programming concepts included. Taking an IT degree currently just to let you know. I might give it a whirl some time.


#7

Didn’t it use p2p tho? And had issues with cheating for that alone.
I guess it might be better now.


#8

but what does that have to do with netcode?


#9

Not much, I just thought that basically killed the game. Haven’t heard anything of it since the weeks at launch.


#10

Interesting a coding game hmm


#11

Thanks for the info.


#12

Update. Just played through a bit of the game. It’s not too bad, at least up to advanced or the medium difficulty, because I 'am tired and want to sleep soon. IMO even if you aren’t familiar with the basics for most adults and especially children it should be a nice and easy challenge, shouldn’t take more than a few hours just to beat it normally. I don’t think it would change the world or anything, but I see it as a nice introduction to programming, which would then turn to Scratch, and could even springboard into other languages like C or whatever they want you to learn first.
Or something else I don’t think I 'am exactly qualified to say some of these things lol


#13

Do rabbids add anything to it? Or are they just there as a wallpaper?


#14

TBH, not really. I do feel it more like the latter. I guess they only used them because it’s the most popular kid friendly thing they have + being mascot characters for Ubisoft. If you allow me to go a bit off topic, I personally see them as it’s own thing nowadays rather than a part of Rayman the same way I see Shaun the Sheep as separate from Wallace and Gromit, right down to popularity and the shifted focus. Except the latter at least had a good reason why it didn’t have a lot of content. Bottom line: I’m not super angry at Ubisoft for not making more major Rayman games: at least they’re not milking it to where people get sick of it.